:books: The Open Source Education Initiative – a repository with resources for 60+ engineering subjects. Let's make education more open and accessible! :rocket::sparkles:
:wave: Welcome to OpenEDU! We are an open source community contributing to compile a collection of learning resources for Computer Science / IT enthusiasts, or anyone who finds these resources useful to learn something new. :sparkling_heart:
...feel free to add more to the list! :100:
Notes, eBooks, or any type of learning resources are welcome for contribution to this repository so that students from across the :earth_asia: could be benefited. Make sure to add the resource(s) to their respective subject directory (create one if it doesn't already exist).
Here are the steps to help you along :scroll:
You need to clone (download a copy of) this repository to your local machine using
sh $ git clone https://github.com/Your_Username/OpenEDU.git
This makes a local copy of repository in your machine. Once you have cloned theOpenEDUrepository in GitHub, move to that folder first using change directory command on linux and Mac. ```sh
This will change directory to a folder OpenEDU
$ cd OpenEDU ``` Move to this folder for all other commands.
Run the following commands to see that your local copy has a reference to your forked remote repository in GitHub :octocat:
sh $ git remote -v origin https://github.com/Your_Username/OpenEDU.git (fetch) origin https://github.com/Your_Username/OpenEDU.git (push)Now, lets add a reference to the original OpenEDU repository using
sh $ git remote add upstream https://github.com/marwahmanbir/OpenEDU.git
This adds a new remote named upstream. See the changes usingsh $ git remote -v origin https://github.com/Your_Username/OpenEDU.git (fetch) origin https://github.com/Your_Username/OpenEDU.git (push) upstream https://github.com/marwahmanbir/OpenEDU.git (fetch) upstream https://github.com/marwahmanbir/OpenEDU.git (push)
Once you have completed these steps, you are ready to start contributing by checking our
Help WantedIssues and creating pull requests.
Whenever you are going to make contribution. Please create separate branch using command and keep your
masterbranch clean (i.e. synced with remote branch). ```sh
$ git checkout -b Folder_Name
Create a separate branch for contribution and try to use same name of branch as of folder. To switch to desired branchsh
$ git checkout Folder_Name
To add the changes to the branch. Usesh
$ git add .
Type in a message relevant for the code reviewer usingsh
$ git commit -m 'relevant message' ```
# To push your work to your remote repository $ git push -u origin Folder_Name
Go to your repository in browser and click on
compare and pull requests. Then add a title and description to your pull request that explains your precious effort.
And don't forget to invite me to the party (if you'd like) :p
Created with :sparkling_heart:, by Manbir with an ambition to make education more open, accessible and free for all. :sparkles: